Rangers midfielder Steven Davis has confirmed that the Light Blues squad have had talks about their recent dip in form.
Defeat at Hearts and the 0-0 draw against Aberdeen has put bitter rivals Celtic back into the driving seat in the Scottish Premier League, after putting themselves in control last month.
David confirmed the so-called crisis talks at Ibrox, with the veteran admitting that the players have undergone a meeting without management to try and solve the issue.
“We had a little chat through the week there, together, just as players,” he told the Glasgow Times.
“We went over a few things where we think we can obviously do better. Things we need to focus on.
“I’ve been here before, I know how things are portrayed after every result, win or lose. The scrutiny the team is under. But it’s a long season, there’s still a lot of football to be played. We just have to make sure we concentrate on ourselves and do our job.”
Before the two-game winless run, the Gers were only two points behind Celtic with a game-in-hand. That has fully gone out of the window.
Steven Gerrard’s men are now seven points behind, a win against Hibernian would cut the gap to four points, but that is surely too little too late. It is no consolation for the recent results, the Gers were in the best position they have been in to win their first title in almost more than a decade but could have thrown it away in the past week.
In other Rangers news, Gerrard has confirmed that this Light Blues ace will be out for at least another month